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AOL Outage Report in Delray, Hampshire County, West Virginia

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AOL (America Online) is an internet portal as well as an internet service provider. As an ISP, AOL offers dial up internet through its AOL Advantage plans.

Problems in the last 24 hours in Delray, West Virginia

The chart below shows the number of AOL reports we have received in the last 24 hours from users in Delray and surrounding areas. An outage is declared when the number of reports exceeds the baseline, represented by the red line.

AOL Outage Chart in Delray, Hampshire County, West Virginia 02/21/2024 05:30

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Most Reported Problems

The following are the most recent problems reported by AOL users through our website.

  1. E-mail (81%)

    E-mail (81%)

  2. Internet (11%)

    Internet (11%)

  3. Total Blackout (6%)

    Total Blackout (6%)

  4. Phone (1%)

    Phone (1%)

  5. Wi-fi (%)

    Wi-fi (%)

  6. TV (%)

    TV (%)

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AOL Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:

  • boomerpanicbot BoomerPanicBot (@boomerpanicbot) reported

    Help! Millennials Confiscated My AOL ...!!

  • lovingsgirl Lovings Webmistress, backup (@lovingsgirl) reported

    @w8lftranon @krassenstein Dude, if a person is too stupid to know what happens when you tag multiple people in your reply, no one owes them an answer. Go email Geek Squad about Jewish space lasers from your AOL account.

  • acflgentleman1 Keith in FL (@acflgentleman1) reported

    Twitter has degraded noticeably since they downsized. The platform is ponderously slow. Nearly every day. Perhaps Twitter has “peaked”. Perhaps it’s beginning a downhill technological slide into oblivion. Remember AOL? MySpace?

  • PBF2_0 PBF2.0 (@PBF2_0) reported

    @Josh3174 My main fear there is that NBC has already shown they are gun shy when it comes to some of wrestling's edgier nature (such as editing Attitude Era shows on the Network.) So, I fear they would interfere a lot similar to AOL/Time Warner in WCW in the 90s.

  • mavensupdate Mass Movie Mavens (@mavensupdate) reported

    Chat with Amazon music regarding download issues and missing mx on the app: “please uninstall and reinstall” he says. Wow. Sounds like highly-intelligent advice I’d give my kids during AOL dial-up period thirty years ago 🙄

  • MarindaOnline mindy is leaving new york 💀✨ (@MarindaOnline) reported

    from the day i first booted up Kids Only AOL, i've truly never been the same.

  • kari_izumi CEO of Beck3tt M@riner (@kari_izumi) reported

    @AtlasShrugged85 @CodySDax I'd love to blame Twitter for this mentality, but my TrekBBS acct is older than I was when I created it, and we had stupid, brain dead, mindless hate going on over AOL dial up too

  • DantheClamMan Dan Killam (scicomm.xyz/@dantheclamman) (@DantheClamMan) reported

    @shahaqsta @hankgreen This is particularly an issue for disabled folks, the elderly, etc. Companies like AOL have made entire businesses out of making it difficult for people to cancel. A little bit of friction can mean a few extra million in continuing revenue. It's very cynical

  • Goopypanther HARMLESS (@Goopypanther) reported

    When this site goes down I'll see you all on W.A.S.T.E, the Thomas Pynchon themed cryptopunk social network from 2003 that AOL unsuccessfully tried to scrub from the internet after the developer went rouge and released the source code under GPL

  • charles_gaba Charles Gaba isn't paying for a blue check (@charles_gaba) reported

    @smullins3000 It's no different than email, though. Someone using Gmail can send/receive messages from someone using Hotmail or MSN or Comcast or AOL or iCloud or whatever. I've never understood why that's difficult for people to get.